How to restore full website backup within cPanel [STEP BY STEP]☑️
Today in this tutorial you will learn how to restore full website backup within cPanel. So let us begin by watching this video which covers all the steps to restore full website backup within cPanel. Take care to follow every steps so that you don’t miss anything.
So let’s begin this step by step guide!
Let us assume that you have already have full cPanel backup and downloaded the tar,gz and sql file in your Local PC. If you don’t know how to take complete cPanel backup then watch out this video
Step::1 Login to your cPanel
Step::2 Upload tar.gz file inside public_html of your cPanel
Step::3 Now Extract tar.gz file
Step::4 After getting it extracted find “homedir” naming directory
Step::5 Open it and find public_html folder
Step::6 Now copy all the contents from the folder “public_html” and move to it public_html of your cPanel
Step::7 Now again go back to Backup folder and open mysql folder to restore database
Step::8 Now download all the database files in your Local PC
Step::9 Now go to Backup Wizard and go to Restore option
Step::10 On the next page click on MySQL Databases
Step::11 Now upload all the Database file from your Local PC
Step::12 Now go to MySQL Database and Add new User
[NOTE: While adding new user you must fill all the fields with the same username and password which you used earlier. You can find these database in wp-config.php file]
Step::13 Now click on Add User
Step::14 Then click on all priviliges and tap on Make Changes!!
Hence your Database is now restored successfully!!! Step::15 Now again go back to the “homedir” directory inside Backup and find “Mail” directory
Step::16 Now select all the contents and move it to the Mail section in File Manager
Hence your Emails have now been successfully restored!!!
Congratulations you have now learnt how to restore full website backup in cPanel.